Qualcomm Snapdragon processor under that HD display. Samsung and their Galaxy S3 and S4, the HTC One, LG's Nexus 4 and many other devices are all powered by Qualcomm, which is one of many reasons they've (yet again) had record sales and revenue for the Q3 earnings report this year.
Qualcomm is up to no good and has released another epic viral video this afternoon showing us the world without mobile. Oh how things have changed since I was in High School. Do you remember your first smartphone? My G1 was so amazing to me, and now I can't imagine life without my smartphone, Google Now, and Twitter. For a little comedy on this casual Wednesday, Qualcomm has you covered.
Sony Xperia Z still has a fully waterproof body, a 5-inch Full HD display, and a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro quad-core processor. It's not the highest-power machine on the market - if you consider the Snapdragon 600 int he HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S 4, that is - but it does have a combination of processor and display panel that'll kick out the swiftness the likes of which you've never seen before (if you've not purchased a phone in 2013, of course). And it's all glass for class, too.
Google Glass might be the most notable piece of wearable technology to consumers' eye (get it?), but smartwatches are more prevalent, with several companies reportedly moving towards developing their own device following the runaway success of the Pebble, which is featured below. Now it looks like Qualcomm is getting into the market with a smartwatch patent discovered for a device called TOQ.
Samsung is showing off their latest smartphone model to join the Galaxy family, and that is the Galaxy S 4 LTE-Advanced for Korea. We've heard plenty about this phone and the next-gen LTE inside, and today they are giving us their very own hands-on and unboxing with the familiar handset. Check out the pics and additional details provided.
Qualcomm announced their Snapdragon 600 and 800 processors, we've been wanting to get our hands on them. The Snapdragon 600 outperforms anything on the mobile market as we've seen with the HTC One and Galaxy S4, but it's about to get even hotter with their faster, better, more efficient 2.3 GHz quad-core 800 series processor. We have our hands all over their developer kits below.
Qualcomm. Their Snapdragon 600 series is an extremely impressive quad-core chipset powering all of today's most popular handsets, but now we're looking at what's next which is what many are waiting for, and that is the 2.3 GHz quad-core 800 series.
GALAXY S 4. And unlike the recently unveiled GALAXY S 4 Active and Zoom, this one should have a look similar to that of the regular model. The difference here will be in the network connectivity.
battery life. What use is that 5-inch HD display and awesome features if you never use them to conserve and last the rest of the day? In a way, battery life is the most important feature, and today Qualcomm's new app is hoping to increase exactly that. We've seen BatteryGuru before, but today it left beta and is readily available.